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#Name*First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir ForceCommandUnitDateofIncident *See NoteAircraftTypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
951 AshcroftAlfred Edward DavidFlight Lieutenant1127361920NavigatorDFC

RAFVRBomber Command157 Sqn
1944-10-06MosquitoXIXMM678RS:ASwannington18:05Bomber SupportIn support of the Dortmund operation. Crashed 5 miles NE of Tirlemont, west of BrusselsKilledBrussels Town Cemetery, X.23.25.Son of Alfred and Edith Maud Ashcroft, of Cobham, Surrey
952 AshcroftP KSergeantBomber Command103Sqn
1944-12-24LancasterING420PM-QElsham Wolds1443KolnCrashed at SindorfKilledVenray War Cemetery
953 AshcroftF RFlight SergeantBomber Command15Sqn
1944-07-15LancasterILL827LS-QMildenhall2141ChalonsCrashed at St-Gibrien {Marne}KilledSt-Gibrien
954 AshcroftAlbert HenrySergeant18171801925PassengerRAFVRBomber Command239 Sqn
1944-10-27MosquitoIIDZ256HB:?West Raynham11:05Training20 minutes after takeoff the Mosquito spun and crashed into Stapleford Woods near Coddington, 2 miles miles ENE of Newark-on-trent, Nottinghamshire. Mosquito was practicing intercepts on a Lancaster, and pulled up into the Lanc's slipstream, stalling and spinning from 7,000 down to 1,500 feet. At this point it spun in the other direction and crashed. The passenger was a Lanc flight engineer.KilledWolverley (St. John the Baptist) Churchyard. Centre of new churchyard, extreme west of church.Sgt Ashcroft was a Flight Engineer from 49 Sqn

Son of Arthur Bird Ashcroft and Minnie Ashcroft, of Broadwaters Heath, Kidderminster.
955 AshcroftCharlesFlying Officer1513251917Bomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command576Sqn
1944-05-15LancasterIME726UL-X2Elsham Wolds2208GardeningClaimed by Fw Gunter Holtfreter 10/NJG3 Assens-Husby area (PU 9-6): 4,200m at 0047 hrs. (Nachtjagd War Diaries Vol 2- Dr. Theo Boiten). The aircraft crashed at Gamtofte some 6km ENE of Assens.KilledAssens (Fyn) New Cemetery, Sp.MemSon of John and Alice Ashcroft, of Manchester; husband of Stella Muriel Ashcroft, of Rusholme, Manchester
956 AshdownEvans FarrellFlight LieutenantJ/12093CanadianPilotRCAF2 TAF430Sqn RCAF
1944-11-19MustangIAG664HB-78 Eindhoven15:35Top cover escort for photo aircraftHit by flak, abandonned aircraft near Venlo NL.PoWAccident report
957 AshfordC MSergeantBomber Command158Sqn
1944-07-20HalifaxIIIMZ352NP-KLissett2226ArdouvalCrashed target areaKilledSt-Hellier
958 AshfordE W JSergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-05-03LancasterIME749AS-ZKirmington2205Mailly-le-CampCrashed St-Maurice-aux-Riches-Hommes {Aube}PoW
959 AshfordD MFlying OfficerPilotFighter268Sqn
960 AshfordAlbert HenryFlying Officer151215Born in Victoria, British Columbia, CanadaBomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command405 (Vancouver) Sqn, RCAF
1944-01-30LancasterIIIJA924LQ:RGransden Lodge17:14BerlinJA924 was hit by 3./schw.Flak Abt. 418 (Eisb.) and 2.-4./schw.Flak Abt 513. The aircraft crashed at Berlin-Neukölln at 20:20 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 15 March 1944) Part 1 - Theo Boiten). A fierce blaze broke out in the port wing and the bomber spiralled out of control. at about 15,000 feet a violent explosion occurred, catapulting the two survivors into the air.KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery 7.D.22
961 AshfordA ESergeantAir Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command426 (Thunderbird) Sqn, RCAF
1944-06-06HalifaxIIILW377OW:GLinton on Ouse21:35Coutances, Normandy, FranceSee Archive report for detailsSafe
962 AshfordJames R CaptainO-745231USAPilotUSAAF362nd Fighter Group379th Fighter Squadron
1944-08-22P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
963 AshfordGeorge Harold2nd LieutenantPilot OfficerO-8271219th October 1920AmericanCo-PilotAM


USAAF8th Air Force303rd Bombardment Group (H), 427th Bombardment Squadron (H), 1st Air Division1944-09-28B-17G44-8335GN:LMolesworth (Station #107), Cambridgeshire, EnglandMagdeburg (Mission #652), GermanySee Archive report for detailsKilledRepatriated and buried at the Alexandria Cemetery, Kentucky
964 AshleighD DFlying OfficerPilotFighter401Sqn RCAF
1944-06-30SpitfireIXMH872RecceCrash landed at Mormal
965 AshleyBorden BramshottFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command550Sqn
1944-04-22LancasterIME581BQ-DNorth Killingholme2243DusseldorfCrashed near Spa {Liege}, 10 km S of Verviers. Shot down by night fighter.KilledHeverlee War Cemetery Belgium
Paradie Archive Database
966 AshleyCSergeantBomber Command12Sqn
967 AshmanHerbert LeonardFlight Lieutenant1914-03 Kingston upon ThamesAir BomberMiD (Posthumous)

1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45,
RAFVRBomber Command7 Sqn Pathfinder Force
1944-05-24LancasterIIIJB313MG:HOakington22:56AachenHit by 3., 4. & 5./schw Flak Abt. 514. Crashed Schophoven at 01:10. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)KilledRheinberg War Cemetery Coll. Grave 7. A. 1-6.
Emergency Commission as Pilot Officer in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve on 24 August 1941. Promoted Flight Lieutenant on 28 August 1942, he served during the Second World War as an Air Bomber with 7 Squadron, as part of the Pathfinder Force, being posted to the Squadron from 17 OTU on 24 April 1944. During May the crew took part in raids on Montdidier, Mantes-Le-Jolie, Nantes, Louvain, Le Mans, Duisberg, and Dortmund- in the main these were French targets being softened up prior to the D-Day landings. Ashman was killed in action when Lancaster JB313, piloted by Flight Lieutenant G. C. Crew, DFC, was detailed to attack Aachen, and crashed at Schophoven, 5km south east of Jülich, on 24-25 May 1944. All the crew were killed. Ashman was Mentioned in Despatches in the Birthday Honours’ list in June 1944, some 14 days after his death in combat. Ashman is buried along with his crew in Rheinberg War Cemetery, Germany. His medals were sent to his widow, Mrs. Mabel Ashman. 50 Northborough Road, Norbury, London SW16
968 AshpoleGerald John JamesSergeant1866432BritishFERAFVRBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-06-05LancasterIIIND815OF-GConingsby03:08St Pierre-de-MontFailed To Return GERMAN Ground fire/Fw 190 attack FRANCE, Crash Osmanville, 2km NE of , Isigny-sur-MerKilledOsmanville {St-Clement} Memorial

Osmanville St. Clement, France
Early morning attack on the gun battery at Point-du-Hoc overlooking the D-Day beaches. Aircraft likely victim of an Fw190

969 AshtonRobert AlexanderFlight SergeantAUS/436598Age 22AustralianAir GunnerRAAFBomber Command138Sqn (Special)
1944-08-31StirlingIVLJ503NF-PRAF Tempsford, Bedfordshire2200SOESee archive report for further brief detailsKilledArc-Et-Senans Communal Cemetery. Grave 7

Son of William Arthur and Laura Rosena Ashton, of Brighton, Victoria, Australia
970 AshtonLFlying OfficerBomber Command138Sqn (Special)
1944-06-02HalifaxVLL284NF-ETempsfordSOECrash landed at SandyInjured
971 AshtonD KSergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-01-27LancasterIIIW4996AS-RKirmington1755BerlinKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery
972 AshtonEdwinSergeant1892578Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command166Sqn
1944-07-12LancasterIIILM388AS:WRAF Kirmington21:35RevignyAbandoned on a mission to Revigny, the aircraft crashed near Vitry-le-Croise (Aube) some 16 km SW of Bar-sur-Aube.KiAVitry-le-Croise ChurchyardSon of Henry and Gertrude Emma Ashton, of Rainham, Kent.
973 AshtonESergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-04-10LancasterIIIEE200AS-FKirmington2311AulnoyeCrashed on take off
974 AshtonJ N SSergeantDFM

Bomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1944-02-12HalifaxIIHR910VR-RMiddleton St George1806GardeningKilledRunnymede
975 AshtonTFlight SergeantBomber Command44Sqn
1944-03-30LancasterIME629KM-RDunholme Lodge2210NurnbergCrashed LautenhausenKilledHannover War Cemetery
976 AshtonS RFlight SergeantBomber Command630Sqn
1944-07-18LancasterILM117LE-JEast Kirkby2245RevignyCrashed at Togny-zux-Boeufs {Marne}PoW
977 AshtonLeoSergeant14592131923PilotRAFVRBomber Command77Sqn
1944-01-20HalifaxIIHR946KN-XElvington1637BerlinProbable claim by Oblt Helmut Schulte Stab II/NJG5 - Berlin Falkenberg at 1945 hrs. (Nachtjagd War Diaries Vol 1 - Dr. Theo E. Boiten). The aircraft crashed on a Rieselfeld in Berlin-Falkenberg, Berlin. (The word Rieselfeld means 'leach field' in German and refers to how the area started).KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 224Sgt Ashton was attached from 663 Communications Unit

Son of James and Margaret Ashton, of Blackpool, Lancashire
978 AshtonRobert AlexanderFlight Sergeant436598AustraliaRAAF138Sqn RAF
1944-09-01RAAF Honour Roll
979 AshurstWilliamSergeant1439160PilotRAFVRBomber Command625 Sqn
1944-02-15LancasterIR5702CF:YKelstern17:25BerlinR5702 was claimed by Oblt. Gerhard Raht, his 18th Abschuss, from 4./NJG3 over Fjelstrup, 5 km north of Hadersleben at 5.200m at 20:03 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 15 March 1944) Part 1 - Theo Boiten)KilledAabenraa Cemetery Allied Mil. Plot. Row 4. Coll Grave 11Son of William and Margaret Ashurst, of Thornhill, Rotherham, Yorkshir
980 AshwellHSergeantBomber Command77Sqn
1944-07-14HalifaxIIIMZ768KN-QTrainingCrashed at Kirby UnderdaleKilledBatley
981 AshworthHarry Pilot Officer169692NavigatorDFM

RAFVRBomber Command1409 Flt
1944-02-16MosquitoPR.XVIML928AE:?Wyton11:45Meteorological flightSeeInjured - died next day of wounds at Ely hospitalManchester Crematorium. Panel 6.
982 AshworthColin JamesFlight SergeantNZ/427492Age 22New ZealandPilotRNZAFBomber Command214Sqn
1944-11-15FortressIIIHB787BU-JRAF Oulton, Norfolk2230BSSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledCambridge City Cemetery. Grave. 15351
Courtesy AWMM

orn on the 06th July 1922 at Rangora. Worked as a farmer on his fathers farm at Sefton prior to service. After 2 years in the territorial army enlisted at Rukuhia on the 11th July 1942 into the RNZAF. Trained at No. 3 Elementary Flying Training School and later No. 2 Flying Training School. Awarded his pilots badge on the 07th June 1943 and then promoted to sergeant on the 31st July 1943. Embarked for England on the 21st August 1943. Further training with No. 11 Operational Training Unit flying on Wellingtons then to No. 1657 Heavy Conversion Unit on the 03rd August 1944 on Stirlings. Joined 214 squadron on the 20th September 1944. Son of Abram Ashworth and of Jessie Mitchell Ashworth (nee McGowan), of Sefton, North Canterbury, New Zealand. A total of 484 flying hours logged with 20 solo on the Fortress. On his 3rd operational sortie.
983 AshworthCorran PerryFlying OfficerNZ/413367September 25th, 1921 Age 22 when killedNew ZealanderPilotRNZAFFighter65Sqn
1944-08-03MustangIIIBFB208YT-?B12 Ellon, France1034BombingHit by flakMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 262

Clerk prior to service with postal department. Son of Arthur John and Edna M. Ashworth (née Harrison) of Alexandra, Otag. 808 flying hours logged with over 130 operational sorties. Served previously with 253, 14 an 32 squadrons. Credited with 2 enemy aircraft destroyed, 2 shared with 1 other damaged.
984 AshworthEFlying OfficerPilotFighter137Sqn
1944-10-29TyphoonIbMN995XAbandoned near Roermond
985 AshworthSergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-05-27LancasterIIILM521AS-FKirmington2350AachenForce landed at Woodbridge on return
986 AshworthRFlight Sergeant657996PilotFighter609Sqn
1944-07-28TyphoonIbJP409KilledRunnymede Memorial United Kingdom
987 AshworthESergeantBomber Command61Sqn
1944-12-06LancasterILL777QR-SSkellingthorpe1716GiessenCrash landed in BelgiumKilledBrussels Town Cemetery
988 AshworthRonaldFlight Sergeant2219013Age 20BritishWireless Operator/ Air GunnerRNZAFCoastal Command53Sqn
1944-08-26LiberatorGR.VIEV899FH-WRAF St. Eval, Cornwall17:19Anti-Submarine patrolSee archive report for further detailsMissing-believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 224Son of William and Margaret Ashworth, of Accrington, Lancashire, England.
989 AskerWilliam FrancisFlight Sergeant1389734NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command83 Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIIIND966OL:CConingsby22:41St-LeuND966 was claimed by Lt. Erich Jung, his 9th Abschuss and the first of two this night, from 6.NJG2 at Broue, 10km east of Dreux at 3.600 m. at 01:13 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten). The aircraft crashed in the region of Bû (Eure-et-Loir), 12 km NE of Dreux.KiABroue Communal cemetery Coll. Grave
990 AskewM VSergeantBomber Command207Sqn
1944-02-19LancasterIIIEE126EM-ASpilsby2354LeipzigCrashed at PestinghausenPoW
991 AskewGeorge W Jr1st LtO-745263USAPilotUSAAF362nd Fighter Group378th Fighter Squadron
1944-04-08P-47 Thunderbolt0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
992 AskieR E LFlight SergeantBomber Command625Sqn
1944-09-12LancasterIIILM512CF-MKelstern1834FrankfurtCollided with 622 Sqn Lancaster NF965 GI-S & crashed near StattmattenKilledSessenheim Communal Cemetery Read Archive Report
993 AskwithDSergeantBomber Command578Sqn
1944-06-12HalifaxIIIMZ592LK-GBurn2338AmiensCrashed at Mailly-Raineval {Somme}KilledRunnymede
994 AslettPercy RonaldPilot Officer54222Age 24PilotRAFVRBomber Command7Sqn
1944-04-22LancasterIIIND592MG-JRAF Oakington, Cambridgeshire2124LaonSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledMaizy Churchyard. Coll. Grave 2.

Courtesy Linda Ibrom

Son of Charles and Louisa Kate (née Hawkins) Alton, Hampshire, England.
995 AslinP RSergeantBomber Command9Sqn
1944-09-11LancasterIPD211WS-MBardney1700TransitForce landed at Belomorsk Russia
996 AspellK JFlight SergeantBomber Command630Sqn
1944-11-22LancasterILL949LE-EEast Kirkby1626TrondheimCrashed off Sunk Island on returnKilled
997 AsperHarold E 2nd LtO-1995857USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group350th Fighter Squadron
1944-08-24P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
998 AsperHarold E 1st LtO-1995857USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group350th Fighter Squadron
1944-09-23P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
999 AspeyWilliamWarrant Officer1437583Air GunnerDFM

RAFVRBomber Command7Sqn
1944-08-07LancasterIIIND460MG-WRAF Oakington, Cambridgeshire2205Normandy Battle Area Crashed at Bolbec {Seine-Maritime} KilledBolbec Communal Cemetery. Military Plot. Row 1. Coll. grave 1-6 Read Archive Report
1000 AspinThomasSgt. Air Gunner3041184RAFVRBomber Command11 OTU
1944-07-30WellingtonHZ375TX-MRAF Westcott1523 Training - cine gun exercise with fighter aircraft Lost wings taking evasive action KilledNewbiggin (St. Bartholomew) Churchyard, Northumberland. Line 20. Grave 9. Read Archive Report

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